NAVY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
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About Us

The Navy Amateur Radio Club was formed on March 3, 1979.  The group consisted of 12 charter members located primarily in Southern Florida.  The club has grown to a current membership of more than 200 active members.  Once a member receives a number it is never issued to anyone else.  The club call sign is K4NAR.

Join today   Complete the application formsubmitting along with the additional required proof of service to W1NAV, Bob's address is found below. Click here for the additional proof of eligibility.

If you just want information or have a general question,  just fill out the form on our "Contact Us" link.


Join us on the air 7.245 MHz 0700-0900 365 days a year
           

Membership
Persons desiring to become a member of the Navy Amateur Radio Club shall submit a completed application form which is provided by the Secretary/Treasurer.  No applicant shall be denied membership on the basis of race, color, creed or sex.  Information and application may be obtained by sending an E-Mail or sending a SASE to the Secretary/Treasurer.

NAVY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
Robert M. Conner, W1NAV, #570
PO Box 2192
Lake City, FL 32056
w1nav@earthlink.net


Our eligibility requirement is current or past honorable service in any of the following.  United States or Canadian Navy, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, or any reserve component of these services.  Please provide a "Copy" of any one of the following documents: Current I.D. Card (active, retired or reserve), final DD-214, or discharge certificate.  Upon acceptance you will be provided with a new member package, which includes a copy of the current roster, a membership certificate, a copy of the club bylaws, and a member I.D. Card.  We are looking forward to hearing from you soon and talking with you on 7.245 Mhz NARC NET, 0700 ELT (Eastern Local Time), 7 days a week.

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